Boy’s Clothes

What Boys Wore

From Visit-Gettysburg.com

“Farm boys or town apprentices wore heavy, coarse, durable fabrics that could withstand the hard daily labor. Jackets and pants were made from denim or canvas. Children during the Civil War also wore cotton shirts, woolen vests (in cool weather), and suspenders (not belts) to hold up their pants. Wide-brimmed straw hats protected outdoor laborers from the sun.  Continue reading

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Boy’s Patterns

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Boy’s band collar shirt pattern from Abraham’s Lady  Continue reading

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